Construction kicked off in August 2012 to replace sidewalks, revamp streets, add irrigated landscaping, install new lighting, install a mid-block plaza, and add decorative crosswalks along a portion of six streets in the historic core. The streetscaping improvements will connect to the Andy K. Well Hike and Bike Trail through an extension of the trail from its current location next to the Killeen Community Center.
“When you start to make things look nicer, people begin to take more pride in the area and property values go up,” said Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce President John Crutchfield. “When that starts to happen, people feel more secure investing in downtown...this streetscaping project is a very important step forward.”
Funding for the trail extension and streetscaping improvements came from a $2,557,897 TxDOT enhancement grant and general obligation bond funds.
For more information about the Andy K. Wells Trail Extension and Downtown Streetscaping Project, contact Director of Transportation George Lueck at (254)501-7624.
Welcome to the Green Avenue Farmers' Market, 717 N. 2nd Street
Meet the farmer who grows your food! The Killeen Area Growers Association has members from Bell County and surrounding counties who grow and sell their produce or products.
Open : Tuesday and Friday 3-6 pm • Saturday 9 am to 1 pm - during growing season
Killeen Arts and Activities Center, 802 N. 2nd Street
New downtown hub for social and cultural services. Consider hosting your next event here for a unique location that embodies history with modern amenities.
The Downtown Partnership Committee, Heritage Preservation Board, and the Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone Board all play a vital role in guiding downtown development efforts. All Killeen residents and business owners are encouraged to attend and be a voice in the community and in the future of Downtown Killeen.